Carly is the Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute.
A human rights lawyer and leading authority on the intersection of technology policy and human rights, Carly has advised industry, government and non-profit organisations on digital rights, privacy and data protection, and corporate accountability in the technology sphere.
She has worked with the European Commission, the Council of Europe, numerous UN bodies and a range of civil society organisations. She was formerly Legal Director of Privacy International, an NGO dedicated to promoting data rights and governance.
Exploring the gaps and risks relating to biometrics in the EU's draft AI regulation
Four policy-facing reports, three citizens’ juries, two expert working groups and a global pandemic
The decision to delay the app’s launch is the right one.
Global crises provide high-stakes stress testing for societal institutions, revealing – for better or worse – the cracks in existing systems.